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Sandbox issue 232: Music Marketing in Trigger Cities

Lead: This issue we have a special extended feature looking into the phenomenon of Trigger Cities. These are places outside of the obvious music markets that are now – due to streaming and how algorithms are fed – playing...
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The Jonas Brothers’ vinyl club will cost fans $399

If we’d paid $399 for a vinyl subscription club, you wouldn’t catch us chucking the records around like frisbees. But we’re not The Jonas Brothers, who are – puzzlingly – doing exactly that in the main promo pic...
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Western artists prove popular in Spotify’s early days in India

Spotify had more than one million people using its service in India a week after launch, but what were they listening to? The company shed some light on that last night in a blog post. “What we found is that Indians...
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Jonas Brothers quit Hollywood Records while buying back rights

Companies who've been dreaming up innovative apps or subscription-based services for the Jonas Brothers: now would be a good time to pitch them.
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Jonas Brothers team with AOL for Cambio video site

Disney trio the Jonas Brothers have had digitally savvy people around them from early in their career - witness their use of Ustream to run live videocasts for their fans. Now they've signed a deal with AOL to launch a new...
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Jonas Brothers are guinea pigs for Ustream/Facebook partnership

Disney trio The Jonas Brothers are the first on board for a new partnership between live video firm Ustream and Facebook.The deal involves letting bands and brands add streaming video to their Facebook profiles, with labels...
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Ustream reveals stats for Jonas Brothers webcast

Live streaming startup Ustream powered a webcast last week for Disney pop trio The Jonas Brothers. Now the company has revealed that 974,000 people watched the webcast at some point.
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Are the Jonas Brothers sticking it to MySpace by switching to Facebook?

Shiny US guitar pop boyband The Jonjonas-brothers-facebookas Brothers are debuting their new single on Facebook tomorrow.